Lions pull plug on Stars

Organisers break for a revamp

The Spring Creek Lions Club has decided to cancel this year's Stars in Your Eyes show in Blenheim.
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Watson's freedom bid

Convicted double murderer Scott Watson is preparing a fresh bid for freedom.

Martial arts man 'guilty'

A martial arts instructor has been found guilty on 20 charges of making sex tapes of his former girlfriend.

Farmers cutting losses

Animals are being sold to slaughter houses at nearly half their ideal weight as farmers cut their losses after a long hot summer.

Wild weather disrupts transport

A burst of wild weather to parts of the South Island and lower North Island has caused disruption to transport on the land, in the air and sea.

Grand designs for a grand theatre

Artistic impressions of the auditorium inside the new ASB Theatre Marlborough, in Blenheim have been released.

Plain packs urged

Marlborough Cancer Society worker calls for the Government to follow Australia's lead on plain packaging of cigarettes.

Crash victim a 'very likeable lad'

A 19-year-old Kaikoura builder was killed in a car crash on the West Coast this week.

Gates of Hell opening soon?

Ram-raider set for court

Anzac tribute hits halfway

A Blenheim man, who made a 100-day commitment to honour Marlborough's fallen servicemen and women, has hit the halfway point.

Sheat demolishes records

Some sensational sprinting by year 11 student Lucy Sheat shattered two nearly 40-year-old school records at the Marlborough Girls' College athletics day on Wednesday.

MBC crew keen to prove a point

Angus McFarlane spends most of his sporting days going backwards, but he's certainly looking forward to the next few weeks.

Saints Rams favoured for third title

Moore forced out of race

Elite crews named for regattas

Wairau sculler Sophie MacKenzie will resume her world championship-winning partnership with Rotorua's Julia Edward on the international circuit this year.

Mob's assurances nonsense

Let's be clear about this: We don't want the Mongrel Mob, or any other gang, in our community.

Letters to the editor

More correspondence from Express readers on local and national talking points.

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Righteous rage not helpful

However bad their driving - and dear God it can be awful - these tourists don't actually have a death wish.

Change of pace for 'Mr Montana'

After almost 40 years on the job, Gerry Gregg is stepping down from his role at Pernod Ricard New Zealand.

Oyster Bay plan put through the wringer

A developer wants to subdivide land at Oyster Bay in the Marlborough Sounds for housing.

Company fails to pay $100,000 reparation

Morton Estate vineyard sold

Agent at home in front of cameras

Marlborough real estate agent featuring in a TV series which follows the journey of first home buyers.

Show must go on

The 81st Rai Valley A&P Show will go ahead this weekend, whatever the weather.

Red Cross celebrated

A century of Red Cross, and a reminder of what the organisation does in Marlborough, is being celebrated at the Marlborough Museum.

Time travel back to WWII

Blenheim is set to become the only town in the country with a working replica World War II garrison.

Trucks added to classic car show

Car, bike and truck enthusiasts won't want to miss Marlborough's biggest vehicle display this weekend, when the Hospice Classic Car Display rolls into Blenheim.

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